Twelve Welsh Folk Songs, H183

Scope and Content

By Gustav Holst, 1930-1931. Arranged for SATB (No. 6 for SAB).

Welsh words and melodies traditional.

No manuscripts held for the following:

H183(2), Green Grass 'Stretching where lush grasses quiver', Gwelltyn Glas 'Gwelltyn glas ar ddol yn tyfu'

H183(3), The Dove 'Down by the wood one mrning early', Y Glomen 'Fel 'roeddwn i ryw fore hasddgar'

H183(4), Awake, awake 'Awake, awake, before daybreak', Trymder 'Deffrown, deffrown a rhown fawrhad'

H183(5), The Nightingale and Linnet 'O nightingale and linnet', Adar man y mynydd 'Yr eos a'r glan hedydd'

H183(7), The First Love 'Eden's garden knew no posies', Y cariad cyntaf 'Mae prydferthwch ail i Eden'

H183(8), O 'twas on a Monday morning, Dydd Llun 'Fel yr oeddwn i yn rhodio'

H183(10), White Summer Rose 'If we are going to part forever', Lliw gwyn rhosyn yr haf 'Os wyt ti'n mynd i'm troi i heibio'

H183(11), The Lively Pair 'O my sweetheart, let's get married', Cwyd dy galon 'O mae 'nghariad wedi 'ngadael'

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Related Material

See HOL/1/2/126/1-14 for published music for Twelve Welsh Folk Songs.